Multi-Perspective Holocaust Remembrance in Contemporary Europe


The aim of the project “Multi-Perspective Holocaust Remembrance in Contemporary Europe” (short: MuRem) is to build a network and strengthen multiperspectivity and interdisciplinarity in European Holocaust Education by taking into account the diversity of memory cultures and their consequences for the present. A special focus lays on the integration of narratives on flight and migration. Along with a Europe-wide survey and overview analysis of current challenges and new approaches to this educational work, the educational institutions exchange ideas in two large events and several key topic workshops. The goal is the joint development and testing of multi-perspective methods and tools for a diversity-oriented and interdisciplinary Holocaust education. 

The event starts with a public evening event about “Experiences of Refugeedom in Past and Present. Perspectives from six cities of refuge”  with readings, short film presentations from the We Refugees Archive and discussions on how to tell the (hi)stories of forced migration.  

On November 11th, we get to know each other‘s perspectives and experiences with multiperspectivity in European Holocaust Education by sharing experiences from the practice. Furthermore, we discuss the European-wide survey on this topic that we plan to disseminate from the beginning of 2023 onwards. 

Foto: Schuldenberg Films
Foto: Filmausschnitt, Schuldenberg Films


Zentral- und Landesbibliothek Berlin (ZLB) – Amerika – Gedenkbibliothek, Blücherplatz 1, 10961 Berlin

Minor, Alt-Reinickendorf 25, 13407 Berlin


Anna Hampel


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This event takes place as part of the MuReM project.

The project is funded by the European Union within the Citizens, Equality, Rights and Values Programme (CERV).